Country Singer’s Tennessee Home Catches Fire

Carrie Underwood and her family are safe and unharmed, after a fire broke out at her Tennessee residence on Sunday evening.

According to Entertainment Tonight, a Carrie Underwood spokesperson said “There was a fire on the property on Sunday night, which was quickly contained. There was no fire damage to the primary residence and the family and their pets were unharmed,” the statement concluded.

Per WKRN News 2, several crews rushed to the singer’s house on June 16. There was a fire that began in the garage before 10 p.m. Fortunately, the firefighters put out the fire quickly due to a 10,000 gallon water tank on the singer’s very remote property.

The cause of the fire is still being investigated.

Carrie Underwood’s property is located in Williamson County, in the Pinewood Community, just west of Leiper’s Fork.

The country star lives in the house with her husband, Mike Fisher, their two sons, and pets. The sons are Isaiah 9, and Jacob is 5.

Her first album, “Some Hearts” (2005), was a massive commercial success, featuring hits like “Jesus, Take the Wheel” and “Before He Cheats.” It became the best-selling solo female debut album in country music history.

Underwood continued to achieve success with albums such as “Carnival Ride” (2007), “Play On” (2009), “Blown Away” (2012), “Storyteller” (2015), “Cry Pretty” (2018), and “My Savior” (2021). Her music often blends traditional country with pop influences.